Striker who scored a record 40 goals for the Dutch national team from 1994 to 2004. He spent his club career with seven different teams, winning the European Super Cup in 1995 with Ajax and the La Liga title in 1999 with Barcelona.
He played several positions in his youth with the Dutch national U-16 and U-17 teams.
He spent the first three years of his career with Ajax and then a season with AC Milan before joining FC Barcelona in 1998. He went on to score 90 goals in 182 appearances during his 6-year career with Barcelona.
His father was a professional soccer player in his youth. His son Justin Kluivert also became a professional soccer player.
He often used the Cruyff Turn patented by the legendary German Johan Cruyff to make his way past defenders.